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Travel Blogs from Marmari
... Greece by a narrow slot, not much wider than about 10 meters. But it is very much island-like with its slow pace and laid back atmosphere. I say we arrived there by mistake because we had no plans to go there. In fact we didn't even know it existed. Cristine found it by mistake in some late night browsing through a guidebook. We had about a week left before our flight ...
... you have children or not the Attica Park is definitely worth a visit. It is a unique journey to the five continents through the lives of over 2.000 animals from 400 species.
Attica Zoological Park- Hours and Info!
Park Hours: Everyday 9:00 to sunset
Entrance Fee: Adults: 15,00eu
Children 3-12: 11,00eu
Under 3: Free
Group over 25 people: 11,00eu
Nurseries - Play schools: 8,00eu
Primary - High schools: ...
The Beautiful Beaches and coasts of Marmari
There are several stunning beaches in Marmari. The closest to the port and on the right hand side facing the village of Styra is called Kavos. The one next to it is called Marmaraki, and the third which is my favorite is called the "Doctors' beach. It has this name because many doctors especially from Athens have their mansions in this beautiful ...
... is located on the southern gulf of Evia not very far from where we live. We kept postponing this trip until today. The reason for our visit today is to unwind and relax for three days and this of course includes sight-seeing, much walking and photography.
To my surprise, the place has expanded since my last visit and I have noticed several changes. There are several new hotels now and many restaurants and smaller tavernas ...
... also performed a pantomime at the last one! It was to the song "True Love." If you have never heard it, please take the time to look it up!!! It's beautiful and the coolest song for acting to. The pantomime showed all of us with ailments, and then Christ coming and taking them upon himself (blindness, lame leg, depression/cutting, etc.). He then was crucified when we didn't accept Him, and then as He rose again - telling us to 'come ...